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Wired Brown Land
April 1st, 2009

Thankfully it’s a fascinating, well-written hatchet job from a knowledgeable, well-placed industry figure, and Fletcher is not only completely right about Telstra but convincingly outlines the challenges and opportunities facing both Australians and our telcos.

In Harm’s Way
August 1st, 2008

It’s definitely a worthy tale, but the first hundred pages contains Corrigan’s guided tour through an uneventful life that has nothing to do with the rescue and indeed proves that while we all have a story, our whole life isn’t it.


Dymocks dives into e-books
July 1st, 2008

They’re not new. Ebooks have been around in one form or another since the dotcom revolution almost ten years behind us. Bookseller and Publisher reported on the field back in 2004 but didn’t have much hope to give other than to promise ebooks were coming.

Arabian Plights Q&A
March 1st, 2009

The Israeli-American relationship is a good deal more complex than the notion of a Jewish nation as a client state of the US. At the height of the Cold War, with key Arab states vulnerable to Soviet influence, there was obvious appeal for America in seeing Israel as a US ‘aircraft carrier’ on a mostly Soviet sea.


The Remains of the Day
February 1st, 2007

In other words, publishers aren’t making as many mistakes. Remainders will always be there, but not in the quantities of old.

Biting the Big Apple
November 1st, 2008

Sydney actress Vendramini spins just such a tale as she moves to New York to join a prestigious acting academy and falls for a rich businessman and lives like a queen before breaking up to live in the dishevelled cool of the East Village, a struggling but talented performer finding her muse.






Arabian Plights Q&A Regarding your assertion in Arabian Plights that the Israel/Palestine problem is the ...
March 1st, 2009

The Paul Davies Enigma If there's such a thing as popular cosmology, renowned physicist Paul Davies ...
December 1st, 2006

Designing in a digital world Now that ebooks have established themselves in the market, are they changing ...
April 6th, 2013

The New Printing Economy With the economic downturn looming, paper prices soaring, an emissions trading scheme ...
March 1st, 2009

Dymocks dives into e-books It's been six months since the launch of Australia's first wide-scale ebooks ...
July 1st, 2008

Turning the Me Generation into the We Generation Michael Ungar, Allen & Unwin, $26.99, ISBN 9781741758351, 28 Sept 09, 1 ...
October 1st, 2009


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